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Climate change deemed too ‘political’ for Canada's federal court

Climate change deemed too ‘political’ for Canada's federal court

Fifteen Canadian children and youth who sought a declaration of dereliction of duty on the part of the Canadian government in dealing with climate change have lost their legal challenge.
BC Natural Resources Forum going online

BC Natural Resources Forum going online

Natural resource industries have been forced to adapt during the COVID-19 pandemic, and so has the BC Natural Resources Forum.
Prince George Cougar alum Jansen Harkins soaring with Winnipeg Jets for two more years

Prince George Cougar alum Jansen Harkins soaring with Winnipeg Jets for two more years

Cats' all-time points leader signs NHL contract worth $1.45 million
Here’s what’s happening in Prince George during 2020’s pandemic Halloween

Here’s what’s happening in Prince George during 2020’s pandemic Halloween

Looking for something to do on Halloween? Look no further
Canadians' interactions with each other significantly reduced: cellphone data study

Canadians' interactions with each other significantly reduced: cellphone data study

TORONTO — Canadians dramatically altered their behaviour by permanently reducing their interactions with others even as they began moving around more during the pandemic, a new study of cellphone data suggests.
Tim Bennett not seeking another term as SD57 Board Chair, will stay as trustee

Tim Bennett not seeking another term as SD57 Board Chair, will stay as trustee

Bennett was voted as chair in 2016, vice-chair in 2012
VIDEO: Vandals hit Kelowna city hall overnight with COVID-19 conspiracy messages

VIDEO: Vandals hit Kelowna city hall overnight with COVID-19 conspiracy messages

This is not your typical tagging. Kelowna city hall was awash in messages this morning (Oct. 27), condemning the COVID-19 pandemic as bogus.
Man charged with drug trafficking

Man charged with drug trafficking

Charges have been approved against a man arrested during a drug bust more than a year ago. Mitchell Ryan Wayne Lamothe, 27, faces four counts of possession for the purpose of trafficking and one count of improper storage of a firearm.
Prince George Community Foundation’s silver year starts with $25K grant for local medical equipment

Prince George Community Foundation’s silver year starts with $25K grant for local medical equipment

Spirit of the North Healthcare Foundation receives anniversary grant
B.C. big energy projects hit key milestone over the summer

B.C. big energy projects hit key milestone over the summer

The COVID-19 pandemic may have added delays and costs to one big energy project – Site C dam – but three others appear to have recovered quickly from a brief workforce contraction.